Thanks to cold temperatures and over a foot of snowfall, Norway's Juvass ski resort will be opening a week early on Saturday, September 14th. Take a look below for a rough Facebook translation of the above post:
" Gladmelding! Due to cold temperature and good weather we get opened Saturday 14. September well a week before planned. We still have a lot of work with snow tablecloths but have received good help from breførerene at juvasshytta. Pictures are from writing moment. There are 40 cm nysnø on the glacier."
We're not sure what sort of work they'll be doing with snow tableclothes, but at least they're getting help from breførerene.
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